By Renee’ Fulkerson
I added these pictures for two reasons:
A. because these animals are beautiful, we were blessed to have come across them on our recent road trip.
B. because these animals’ bodies are in perfect balance and alignment.
- they move gracefully
- they remain strong and agile with just the natural movements of their everyday life
- animals move their bodies with efficiency and effectiveness. Not slouching or slumping
If we were to see any one of these animals slouching, limping, or out of alignment, we would immediately become concerned for their health. But, as humans, we see ourselves and others living with all kinds of body miss-alignment that becomes the norm.
That brings me to my conclusion I suppose we would not last very long out in the wild being out of balance and alignment. Unable to hunt for our food or take care of our young – food for thought.